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Thomas Drummond: Sketch of a Journey to the Rocky Mountains and to the Columbia River

This file contains a photocopied written note dated 26 January 2010 regarding the contents of the folder, a photocopy of Botanical Miscellany vol. 1 1830 edited by William Jackson Hooker including pgs 92-94 regarding the article "Flora of the British Possessions in North America" and pgs 178-219 regarding the article "Sketch of a Journey to the Rocky Mountains and to the Columbia River" by Thomas Drummond, a photocopied typed letter from Ian MacLaren to Bob Hallam dated 10 February 1998 regarding sharing reference works and discussion of Hallam's tentative identification of the lake Drummond refers to, a typed document "Was Drummond[']s La-la-Pierre To-Days [sic] A La Peche Lake?" by R.C. Hallam regarding quotations from Drummond's "Sketch of a Journey" and discussion about the possible location of the lake (2pgs), a photocopied topographical map regarding À la Pêche Lake, photocopied images of À la Pêche Lake dated 20 October 1997 (3pgs), a photocopied photograph dated 20 October 1997 of Lac-la-Pierre as well as a photocopied image of Thomas Drummond, a photocopied written note dated 26 January 2010 regarding Tom Peterson's research relationship with Rene Belland and Belland's research into Thomas Drummond as well as individuals who could assist with research (2pgs), a photocopied written note regarding references to Thomas Drummond in 2000 Place Names of Alberta by Eric J. Holmgreen and Handbook of the Canadian Rockies by Ben Gadd, a photocopied written note dated 2 December 2006 regarding Tom Peterson's research relationship with John Griffiths and his interest in Thomas Drummond, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 18 no. 1 March 2014 regarding the article "Smoky Tales: Trip to A La Peche" by Richard Wuorinen, and The Mountain Cache newsletter.vol. 17 no. 3 September 2013 regarding the article "Thomas Drummond: The Botanist Explorer" by Richard Wuorinen.

Hooker, William Jackson, Sir, 1785-1865